Associate or Full Professor

Baltimore, Maryland (US)
Salary commensurate with experience.
August 18 2020
Holly Seller
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Job Type

Applications are invited for the position Associate or Full Professor in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Department of Medicine. The position is supported by an Endowed Chair and provides an opportunity for a senior leadership position in basic and translational research in the division. We are searching for outstanding individuals with creative, rigorous and integrative research approaches to elucidate key pathophysiological processes that involve the Digestive Tract. Suitable candidates must have an MD or PhD degree, rank of Associate or full Professor; have exceptional promise and a proven record of research achievement and mentoring. We are searching for an individual who has a strong individual investigatorinitiated research program and can integrate the growing body of information on genetic, molecular and cellular processes into functionally relevant contexts that translate into important medical advances. The individual will be expected to participate and lead junior faculty mentoring programs in the Division and School of Medicine.

The position includes a generous start up program, a fully endowed chair and appropriate laboratory space. Further information about the Division, the Center and the IBBS is available at: Applicants will be assessed on an ongoing basis, with higher priority given to those who apply before October 15, 2020.

Applicants must provide one electronic PDF document that includes: • Curriculum vitae • Statement of research plans • Copies of relevant publications • Names of references Documents should be sent to Holly Sellers (; subject line “Faculty Position in GI and Hepatology Basic and Translational Research.” If you have any questions, please contact: Holly Sellers, Project Management Specialist Department of Medicine Phone: 410.955.4471 Search Chairs: Paul A. Welling M.D., and Mark Donowitz, M.D., The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employee that embraces diversity.